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|Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-054 Date: December 2012|
Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-12-054
Date: December 2012
Georgia State University conducted a motorist survey for GDOT. The report, 2006 Motorist Survey Pilot Statewide Results, describes the survey methodology, questions, and results.(35) While the survey primarily concentrates on performance, it also considered the importance of various physical and operational improvements. This appendix provides some of the material relevant to ITS evaluations.
show traffic flow performance ratings for freeways, and
show these ratings for non-freeway routes. Results are also provided in the
report for each GDOT district.
illustrates the priorities chosen by survey respondents, and
figure 78 presents performance versus importance that may assist in resource allocation.
Figure 73. Illustration. Interstate traffic flow scores.
Figure 74. Illustration. Distribution of interstate traffic flow scores.
Figure 75. Illustration. Non-interstate traffic flow scores.
Figure 76. Illustration. Distribution of non-interstate traffic flow scores.
Figure 77. Illustration. Motorist priority rankings.
Figure 78. Illustration. Performance versus importance plot.